Monthly Archives: August 2016

Street scene

Hubby got these street shots right outside the Manila Cathedral where the remains of former President Corazon Aquino lie in state.

Mrs. Aquino succumbed to colon cancer in 2009 at the age of 76.

While a Requiem mass was held at the Cathedral, small-time businessmen were making a killing by selling shirts, pendants and other Cory Aquino memorabilia.

These pictures were lifted from my other blog.

More of a doer than a talker

My daughter is on her fourth day of internship program at a web development and product branding company in Quezon City. The company head, according to my daughter, told her that with her work samples (digital arts material) they (the company) will be able to provide the kind of exposure that my daughter needs to hone her craft.

My daughter said there are a lot of work at the office and she’s in front of the computer most of the time. She was instructed to do banners, pamphlets and website. Those are for different clients promoting different products including Neumann microphones.

She may be too tired every time she goes home, but she’s happy that she’s learning from the internship.